October’s First Thursday Gallery Walk is Happening Tonight! (Thurs,

(via Art in Dumbo)

Tonight, over 15 local galleries will stay open late tonight, hosting special events and receptions for October’s First Thursday Gallery Walk! It’s the perfect night to stroll around DUMBO and browse art. Plus neighborhood restaurants and bars have specials for art lovers and appreciators!

RSVP for more info but not before checking out a preview of what is showing.

Four Weeks and Forty-Five Years (via A.I.R. Gallery)

A.I.R. GALLERY (155 Plymouth Street) is showing Joan Snitzer: Chromophore , Four Weeks and Forty-Five Years , and On the Other Side: Collaborative works by Patty Smith and Claire Fouquet

In Art in General (145 Plymouth Street) Danilo Correale: At Work’s Ends, “grapples with our hopes and anxieties in an era of increased automation.”

For one night only, interactive moviemaking community Automatic Studios (52 Bridge Street) is showing a collection of local designers and artists.

Adam Frezza and Terri Chiao’s Exquisite Plants (via Brooklyn Bridge Park)

In Brooklyn Bridge Park (99 Plymouth Street) Adam Frezza and Terri Chiao’s interactive installation “Exquisite Plants” explores shape-building and abstraction through play.

Fred Cray’s Dissolve (via Jane Borden)

Janet Borden, Inc. (91 Water Street) is showing Fred Cray: Dissolve.


Work by Jennifer B. Thoreson (via Klompching Gallery)


KLOMPCHING GALLERY (89 Water Street) is celebrating it’s 10th anniversary with an exhibition featuring Odette England, Jennifer B. Thoreson, Max de Esteban, Lynn Silverman, Ken Rosenthal, Brad Moore, Vojtech V. Slama, Elaine Duigenan, Doug Keyes


Open To Interpretation (via Light Year)


LIGHT YEAR (Pearl Street Triangle) presents LIGHT YEAR 30: Open To Interpretation is a publicly-presented video art show that explores the dynamic relationship between contemporary video art, sonic art, live performance and cultural reflection. Work by Cyriac Harris, Legoman, Chi Ka, Dev Harlan, Viktor Vicsek, Andrea Sztojánovits, Martin Daniel Gabor, Albin Bousquet.


(via IFP)


Made in NY Media Center by IFP (30 John Street) is showing Over (T)here. “Over” is a display on the 360 wall of two works: Over Flow by Ronan Devlin and Over the Eternal Sea by Ant Dickison. (T)here is a video display of a screen-based drawing by Ronan Devlin and Michael Flückiger.

Main Window (1 Main Street) shows the work of Julian Jackson.



New York Foundation for the Arts (20 Jay Street, Suite 740) will show the work of NYFA’s board and staff with works by Amy Aronoff, Hannah Berry, Judith K. Brodsky, Madeleine Cutrona, Alicia Ehni, Felicity Hogan, Grace Kang, Theresa Marchetta, Nell Painter, Madeline Scholl, Dread Scott, Anne Spalter, David C. Terry, and Carmelita Tropicana, Mirielle Clifford, Lauren Hilger, Chris Messer, and Saïd Sayrafiezadeh

Darrell Hostvedt presents constructions of wood and plaster (via NY Studio School of Drawing, Painting and Sculpture)

New York Studio School of Drawing, Painting and Sculpture will show in the DUMBO Sculpture Studio, (20 Jay Street, #307) with work by Darrell Hostvedt: Wood and Plaster Sculpture Environment

Smack Mellon (92 Plymouth Street) is showing Ron Baron: Beyond-Beyond, Karina Aguilera Skvirsky: The Perilous Journey of María Rosa Palacios. There will be a blues performance & conversation with Ron Baron, Stephen Ellis, and Scott Williams, too.

Split Level Dumbo (218 Plymouth Street) is showing Joey Ice: A COOL 25

On view at Superfine (126 Front Street) is Kirsten Kramer: Saudade: Something Lost

United Photo Industries (16 Main Street, B) is showing Josh Lehrer’s My Shot, Portraits from Hamilton


Catalog of Difference (via Andrew Lucia)


Usagi NY (163 Plymouth Street) is showing Andrew Lucia’s A Catalog of Difference, “a study of change across material and perceptual environments, calling attention to those differences which make a difference. Each study in this catalog is a registration of change within a given environment, a shorthand of its character.”